Manushi Chillar, the Miss World 2017, landed in India on Sunday morning. She received a grand welcome when she landed at the airport. By winning the Miss World title, Manushi is the sixth Indian girl. Manushi flew in the British Airways landing at Mumbai’s International Airport. At the airport, the beautiful Miss World was received by an enormous crowd who was proud of the young talented girl. The crowd was calling out loud “India India” and cheering for Manushi, as she arrived at the airport. The crowd waved Indian flag and posters of Manushi. Manushi then arrived at Regis hotel—the topmost hotel in Mumbai. Manushi tweeted after she arrived in India “To be back home, it feels great, India thankyou for such a warm welcome”. Manushi’s official twitter handle also tweeted “She Is Back Home”. We all are so very proud of our Miss World 2017 @ManushiChillar.”
A third-year medical student, Manushi Chillar aspires to become a cardiac surgeon. Manushi in Delhi has also attended the National School of Drama. Manushi is also a trained classical dancer. Along with these, Manushi likes bungee jumping, snorkeling and has a passion for scuba diving. She is a sport-loving person. She has done her schooling at St Thomas School and her higher studies from Bhagat Phool Singh Government Medical College for Women, which is in Sonepat. Manushi won the beautiful crown at the pageant of Miss World 2017 this year, which was held in China in the city of Sanya. Stephanie Del Valle, the former Miss World from Pureto Rico, presented the crown to Manushi.
Recently, a video of Manushi dancing to “Nagada Sang Dhol Baje”, from the movie Ram Leela, went viral. After completing her responsibilities, Manushi plans to continue her studies. In Hyderabad, on November 28, a Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) took place, and she was a part of this summit, it was co-hosted by India and the US. Along with Bollywood stars like Sonam Kapoor, Manushi was also one of the panelists at the master class, which was on the topic “The Female Influencer: Advancing Women’s Opportunities in the Media Industry.”